Member Benefits

  1. Registration as a Certified IPT Therapist
  2. Registration as a Certified IPT Supervisor
  3. Posting of Certified Training Events on IPT Institute website
  4. Access to IPT teaching and supervision materials
  5. Opportunities to participate in IPT research
  6. Discounts to IPT Training Conferences
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Public Resources

NEW: IPT CLINICIAN’S HANDBOOK

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The Public Resources section of the IPT Institute website includes a number of important papers regarding research in IPT and its clinical application, as well as several clinical tools.

IPT Institute members also have access to additional documents and articles.  These include treatment manuals, workbooks, and patient and clinician IPT resources.  These documents can be found on the “Members Resources” page of this website.

Permission to download and print any of the material on this website, including all articles, is limited to educational use only.  Posting of articles and materials on this site is the responsibility of the author(s).

Public Directory of IPT Therapists

IPT References

IPT Rating Scales |IPT Books |IPT DVD’s | IPT Articles | IPT Clinical Materials

IPT: Two Day Training Course Outline

 

IPT Rating Scales

IPT Quality & Adherence Scale- English

IPT Quality and Adherence Questionnaire- French

IPT Quality & Adherence Scale- Greek

IPT Books

Interpersonal Psychotherapy: A Clinician’s Guide, 2003, by Scott Stuart & Michael Robertson.

IPT DVD’s

IPT Training DVD (French and French with English subtitles); $65 inc postage

contact Simon Patry at patry.villeneuve@videotron.ca

 

IPT Articles

 

IPT Clinical Materials

Interpersonal Circle

The Interpersonal Circle can be used to collect information during the Interpersonal Inventory.  It is useful as a map of social support as well as a means of examining change in relationships during treatment.

Interpersonal Formulation diagram

This sample Interpersonal Formulation lists some of the biological, psychological, and social factors that may contribute to the patient’s distress.  Spiritual and cultural issues can be included in the social factors or separately.

Interpersonal Formulation

This blank formulation can be printed and filled out with the patient during the assessment phase of IPT.